Backpacking​​

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Machu Picchu And The 5 Best Ways To Get There
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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Machu Picchu And The 5 Best Ways To Get There

James Gilland is the marketing coordinator at AdventureLink.com and associate editor of its blog. AdventureLink is a site that helps travelers find and book the world’s best adventure trips. For more information about visiting Machu […]

BackpackMojo.com Wants To Pay You To Help Others Travel Better [Q&A]
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BackpackMojo.com Wants To Pay You To Help Others Travel Better [Q&A]

The Expeditioner sits down (virtually) with Co-Founder Kevin Creusy Of BackpackMojo.com for a chat on how backpackers can travel better, what it’s like founding a startup and why Mars is the next Laos for backpackers. […]

The San Blas Islands: Where Leo Would Have Gone If The Beach Took Place In The Caribbean
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The San Blas Islands: Where Leo Would Have Gone If The Beach Took Place In The Caribbean

Has it always been this hard to find an island that hasn’t been overdeveloped? If isolation is your thing, look no further than Panama. The San Blas Archipelago off the country’s Caribbean coast is a handful […]

A Cheap Bastard’s Guide To Traveling
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A Cheap Bastard’s Guide To Traveling

Pan-American Transmissions Part 3: Costa Rica “Pan-American Transmissions” is a travel series from Special Contributor Diego Cupolo as he travels south from Nicaragua to Argentina. He has few plans, a $10-a-day budget and one flute-playing […]

Yes Virginia, It’s Safe To Visit Egypt (And Cheap Too)
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Yes Virginia, It’s Safe To Visit Egypt (And Cheap Too)

Who says travel bloggers aren’t journalists? Okay, lots of people, but that doesn’t stop a few of them (us) from putting boots on the ground and getting some real reporting done, outside of listing out […]

In Search Of The Real Lost World: Scaling Mount Roraima
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In Search Of The Real Lost World: Scaling Mount Roraima

My trek the top of Mount Roraima was an accidental adventure. Serendipitous? Yes. Rewarding? No doubt about it. However, there were times when I would have given anything to be anywhere other than on that […]

The Visa Run Diaries
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The Visa Run Diaries

What would Che say? Perspiring at a rate that suggests total disintegration is imminent, the police officer wiped another sweat globule from his a forehead. “Where are your papers?” he asks. With nostrils floating in […]

10 Things I Pack When Traveling (And 10 Things I Leave At Home)
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10 Things I Pack When Traveling (And 10 Things I Leave At Home)

1) Extra ATM Card with $100 I was this close to being stuck in a sleepy town in Cambodia with little more than a pair of shoes and a passport to my name. The ATM […]

The 7 Commandments Of A South American Roadtrip
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The 7 Commandments Of A South American Roadtrip

Take one old and, as it turns out, less than reliable Volkwagen Combi. Paint it purple, and make it convertible. Fill it with a motley and changeable crew of South American musos, European backpackers and […]

Getting Off That Darned Beaten Path In Cambodia
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Getting Off That Darned Beaten Path In Cambodia

With prices dropping in the fall and the rainy season letting up in November, now is the time of year travelers start booking those trips to Southeast Asia. And just in time for pre-trip planning, […]



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